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St Baker's Tritium set to charge into Israel and Palestine

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Ahead of its merger and Nasdaq listing. the Brisbane-based Tritium has moved into Israel and Palestine.

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Tritium, which develops and manufactures direct current fast chargers for electric vehicles, has struck a deal with Solcon Industries to distribute and service its technology.

As the only liquid cooled, IP65-rated fast charging technology provider, Tritium liquid-cooled fast charger was designed in Australia to thrive in a variety of challenging environmental conditions, from extreme heat to sub-zero temperatures.

It follows a recent deal with Evie in Australia to install more than 300 of Tritium’s fast chargers across Australia. Tritium and Evie are both led by Trevor St Baker.

Tritium is also in the middle of a merger with a special purpose acquisition company which will result in a listing on the US technology focussed Nasdaq.

Solcon Industries vice president of sales Izzi Eicher said the world was transitioning to electric transportation, yet drivers in Israel and Palestinian haven’t had adequate access to efficient, fast electric vehicle charging.

“The people of this region want to drive electric vehicles, and we’re thrilled to be working with Tritium to make that a reality. With their advanced fast charging technology, we believe we’ll be providing drivers with the confidence that they can recharge quickly, efficiently and reliably every time they see a Tritium charger.”

In July the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced it would reach zero carbon emissions by 2050. which meant it would have to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in transportation and the electricity sector.

 

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